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  • Tumi Na Howa is a soulful and soothing Bangla song performed by Ashish. It is the best romantic Bangla song of 2016 by any artist. Tumi Na Howa makes you remember the one you love. You will definitely fall in love with this heart touching composition if you have ever been in love. SHARE this song with your loved one to tell them HOW MUCH YOU MISS THEM.

    Ashish is a U.S. based Indian singer who has done a lot of playbacks and recordings for Hindi and Bangla songs. Now, he wishes to make it big on YouTube and needs your support. So, please show your love for Bangla songs and SUBSCRIBE to this channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxJg931gS2jd-6bILP-a9YQ?sub_confirmation=1

    Song Credit

    Singer : Ashish Das
    Lyrics – Rajiv Dutta
    Music – Joy Sarkar
    Flute : Sushanta Nandy
    Violin : Sandipan Ganguly
    Acoustic Rhythm : Joy Nandi, Papa Bhattacharya
    Guitar : Raja Chowdhury
    Bass : Raja Chowdhury
    Mandolin : Raja Chowdhury
    Keyboards : Gautam Shome
    Sarod : Pratik Shrivastav
    Mixed and Mastered by Goutam Basu at Studio Vibration

    Facebook : fb.me/ashishmelody

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